If you have wondered where I have been these past few days, I have traveled to another dimension. One that I rarely visit.
Yes, I know it is hard to picture me there. And to be perfectly honest I had a functioning blackberry so I could monitor email, blog comments, twitter and Facebook.But I chose to not participate for a few days.
It was Fire Island; synonymous with sea air, alcohol and dear friends that prompted my desire to just spectate. The only thing missing was a repeat performance from the cucumber plant that we witnessed last year.
Funny, I ran into friends on the beach who asked me what I was doing going for a walk and not blogging with the breaking news about Palin going on. I will leave her for another day. I only hope my Palin condom just went up in value with this new twist of the bizarre.
Have no fear, though. I shot over 100 images. I think this one is my fave. I will not be so lame as to make this a ‘where’s Amy?’ shot, because it is obvious. But this image captures the amazing place that I was. Both figuratively and literally.
Thank you Sam and Katie, for hosting yet another perfect weekend at the beach. This shot illustrates the inside, outside, sky, sea, sand, trees, architectural wonder that they call their beach home.
Don’t I blend in nicely with the environment?
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5 responses to “Traveling to another dimension”
That shot also illustrates the alcohol!
I have always wanted to go to Fire Island. Can’t wait to see pics!
Can’t wait to retire and travel again to architechtural wonders. Lovely pic.!
I didn’t even realize you were withdrawing from blogging for 2 days…I feel so honored. Always delightful having you for the weekend -sorry no massive cucumbers (yet) -it’s been too cold and rainy but they are starting to grow now! Give me another week or too and I’ll send you a pic! Luv ya!
PS….I’m surprised you didn’t mention the fishing trip! 🙂
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